Camping trekking in Nepal is the classic style of trekking in Nepal and it is possible to organize camping treks almost every trekking areas of Nepal. There are many tea houses and lodges in regular trekking areas like Annapurna, Everest, Langtang and Manaslu regions but if you want to trek to remote areas like Dhaulagiri, Kanchenjunga or any other restricted region, camping trek is the only option.
In an organised camping trek, we will arrange everything, you are given the works: sumptuous meals in the dining tent complete with chairs and table, warm sleeping bags and foam mattresses, large cozy tent for each person or twin sharing and a common toilet tent and english speaking trekking guides. Headed by the sirdar, the experienced guide and with the cook as second-in-command, the team ensures that you are least inconvenienced and that you fully enjoy your trek.
The guide will tell you the names of the peaks and villages, explain local customs, will lead you to the best viewpoints and give you that extra encouragement if you lose heart before a tough stretch. Typically, far a party of 5-6 trekkers, we will give a crew of 6-8 people including guide, porter and kitchen team. And the cook, supervising his kitchen-hands with their big kerosene stoves, will serve surprisingly good food, rarely repeating a dish.
Your day starts early: at 6 am, you will be woken-up by one of the boys with mug of hot tea and a bowl of warm “washing water”. Breakfast is serve within the next hour or so, and by the 7:30, you are off, led by the guide. The rest of the crew stay back to dismantle the tents, roll up the sleeping bags, and pack the utensils and crockery, loading it all in their huge conical backpack wicker baskets with straps that they put around the forehead in the usual Nepalese fashion. Led by the cook, they soon overtake you and choose a convenient scenic spot for lunch. Your walking ends by around 4 pm; your tent is already pitched by the time you reach the campsite. Your dinner will be ready by 7:30 or 8 pm.
Whether you are an individual, a family group, a group of friends, club members, and school group or with any special interest, according to your time schedules, we can cater for your especial requirements.
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- Trekking permit
- Entry Permit for Conservation / National Park
- Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card
- Trekking guide
- Necessary Porters
- Kitchen helper
- All surface transportation where ever applicable
- Flight where ever applicable
- All meals three times a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner, fruits, juice, hot chocolate, tea, coffee etc.)
- Necessary Camping equipment such as sleeping tents, kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, mattresses, down sleeping bag, down jacket, cooking utensils, fuel etc.
- Camping charges
- Rescue Assistance
- First aid kit
- Insurance and equipments for the Nepali staff
- Airport pick up and drop off